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at the light. >> i was at a comple op3 iha. >> you are slowing down or stopping at the light. >> i was at a complete stop. i just saw her barrelling toward me. i could see she wasn't even looking at the light. >> she was putting on mascara? >> yes. that i could see, and she just plowed right into me. unfortunately to this day i still have back issues because of it. >> are you in pain right now? >> i am. yeah. the pain medications make a huge difference, thank goodness. without them, i don't think i would be able to work a full-time job. >> but she says after the new state law passed no doctor would treat her. how hard has it been to find doctors who will give you the pain medications you want? >> since this law passed, it's been incredibly difficult. i ended up calling multiple clinics. i would call and say -- first words out of their mouth, if you want pain medication, forget about it, we're done. >> christie believes that doctors are turning away patients because they see prescribing any pain medication as a risk. they see it as a potential violation of the law. eventually she di
in hawaii. rest in peace, senator inouye. that summarizes how much dan ihas meant to hawaii, how much he has meant to america. his last word, aloha. as senator reid said, so appropriate. that this kind and gentle american hero would leave with a greeting of love for everyone else. that was his life. i yield the floor. the presiding officer: the senator from california. mrs. boxer: mr. president, i want to associate myself with remarks made by my elegant colleague, senator durbin, and the remarks made by senator reid and all of those who have come to the floor to praise a one of a kind senator and an extraordinary human being, my friend, dan inouye. you know, i was telling senator lieberman when the senate put on a little retirement dinner for our retiring senators, including senator lieberman, there was senator inouye, and we looked back, it was only two weeks ago, mr. president. you know he couldn't have been strong, he wasn't well, but he came to that dinner, he sat at that table because of his respect for the individual senators and for this institution and the love he had for them and fo
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